' s personal copy Stability of biomass-derived black carbon in soils

@inproceedings{Liang2008SP,
  title={' s personal copy Stability of biomass-derived black carbon in soils},
  author={Biqing Liang and Johannes Lehmann and Dawit Solomon and Saran P. Sohi and Janice E. Thies and Jan O. Skjemstad and Fl{\'a}vio Jesus Luiz{\~a}o and Mark H Engelhard and Eduardo G Neves and Sue Wirick},
  year={2008}
}
Black carbon (BC) may play an important role in the global C budget, due to its potential to act as a significant sink of atmospheric CO2. In order to fully evaluate the influence of BC on the global C cycle, an understanding of the stability of BC is required. The biochemical stability of BC was assessed in a chronosequence of high-BC-containing Anthrosols from the central Amazon, Brazil, using a range of spectroscopic and biological methods. Results revealed that the Anthrosols had 61–80… CONTINUE READING

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